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A Guide to the Identification of Deciduous Broad-Leaved Trees and Shrubs in Winter

Identification Key
By: Andrew May(Author), Jonathan Panter(Author)
54 pages, b/w line drawings
A Guide to the Identification of Deciduous Broad-Leaved Trees and Shrubs in Winter
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  • A Guide to the Identification of Deciduous Broad-Leaved Trees and Shrubs in Winter ISBN: 9781851532070 Paperback Dec 2000 In stock
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This fully illustrated guide should enable most beginners to identify many of the deciduous trees and shrubs that they encounter in winter. It includes over 70 species, which are common or familiar within Britain's major woodland habitats, including hedgerows and town parks. The key mainly uses buds for identification, but also refers to bark, twigs and habitat wherever appropriate or helpful.

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